Monty Hall

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Monty Hall
Birth name Maurice Halperin
Born August 25, 1921 in Winnipeg, Manitoba, Canada
Died September 30, 2017 in Beverly Hills, California, USA
Notable Shows Let's Make a Deal
Beat the Clock
Split Second
Awards
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Monty Hall was a Canadian-born American game show host, producer, singer and sportscaster.

Contents

Biography

Roles

Starring Roles

Series Role Year(s) Season(s)
Strike It Rich Guest Host 1951–1958
Twenty One Guest Host 1956–1958
Video Village Host 1960–1962
Video Village Jr. Host 1961–1962
Let's Make a Deal Host 1963–1986, 1990
Password (1971) Guest Host 1971–1975
Beat the Clock (1979) Host 1979–1980
Split Second (1986) Host 1986–1987

Guest Starring Roles

Series Role Episode Airdate
That Girl Dr. Pellman 4x05 - At the Drop of a Budget October 16, 1969
Rowan & Martin's Laugh-In Cameo Appearance 6x18 - Show 134 January 29, 1973
The Odd Couple Himself 3x20 - Let's Make a Deal February 23, 1973
The Odd Couple Himself 4x19 - A Different Drummer February 22, 1974
The Love Boat Harry Morrison 1x22 - Parents Know Best / A Selfless Love / The Nubile Nurse February 25, 1978
The Wonder Years Himself 6x09 - The Test December 2, 1992
The Nanny Himself 4x07 - The Taxman Cometh November 6, 1996
Sabrina, the Teenage Witch Himself 3x22 - The Long and Winding Short Cut April 30, 1999
Providence Pageant Emcee 3x15 - Parenthood March 2, 2001
That '70s Show Himself 3x25 - The Promise Ring May 22, 2001

Specials and Made-for-TV Movies

Talk, News and Game Show Appearances

Producer

With Stefan Hatos on:
Let's Make a Deal (1963-86)
Chain Letter (1966)
It Pays To Be Ignorant (1973-74)
Masquerade Party (1974-75)
3 for the Money (1975)
It's Anybody's Guess (1979)

Memorable Moments

Awards and Accolades

Trivia